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From The New Kingdom Gospel Phone Ministry (NKGPM) The Lord spoke to me saying! Tell my children that they should follow Him one step at a time. That is al

New Kingdom Healing Connect is a forum that provides the avenue to testify of the awesome work of the Holy Spirit on earth. God pilots this remarkable forum, through the spirited tele-evangelism of COG Simon Ayim in the USA. The goal of this forum is to glorify the Holy Spirit manifest on earth and to highlight His boundless love and compassion for His children in the universe. Brethren share testimonies authored by the King of kings and the Lord of lords in terms of His holistic healings and divine miracles.

Mission: To glorify the Holy Spirit manifest on earth and to highlight His boundless love and compassion for His children in the universe.

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My King, My Delight

My King, My Delight
Behold the heavens, pouring down Thy righteousness
Let the earth open
Open for Salvation
For Thy Kingdom must reign and reign forever My King
All the angels sounding,
Sounding Thy faithfulness
May You reign and reign and reign forever

You are God
You are Holy
You are God
You are Holy
Lord God Almighty
Holy, holy is Thy name, My King
For Thy Kingdom must reign and reign forever My King
All the angels sounding,
Sounding Thy faithfulness
May You reign and reign and reign forever

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[08/28/17]   God is always Good

George

EVENT: BCS New kingdom Gospel Telephone Ministry USA
TOPIC: Renewing the Mind
VESSEL: 144 Simon Ayim
Date: Friday June 20, 2014
Brief:

Mindset is Key
Mindset is key to authentic Christianity and the qualification as true child of God in the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star. Let's allow our minds to be transformed. The Israelites, for instance, continued to maintain the Egyptian mindset after they have seen the signs and wonders of God. One scenario was when Moses left them temporarily to engage God. When he came back, he saw that the Israelites made graven images to worship. Moses was flabbergasted.

Intense Need for Transformation
We should pray God to remove from us the old self and put on a new self. A child of God is that regular engager of the truth and the truth sets him/her totally free. We are all unrighteous but only the individual knows himself and understands himself, and the point of change required. Are we committed to the intense need for transformation? Are we desirous of a new life? The new life in reference is not in our material acquisition and status such as new houses, cars and so on. The focus here is total change from within.

Change from Within
Change from within comes not on a platter of gold; it requires much sacrifice. Some people may claim that they are alright. They deceitfully claim righteous like the Pharisees but He has come not for the righteous but for the sinners to give them the gift of repentance. God has brought us out of the world but we are still carrying the world to the Bethel and to wherever we go. We need to fervently pray God for absolute transformation and feel totally desperate about the agenda of change.

The Garment Within
Consider the Israelites and how they went round and round for 40 years. God did not want them to enter the promised land with their old Egypt- infested -mindset. We know the right thing to do at all times. Nobody can judge anybody. We should self -judge ourselves and let go the old -self. We should adorn ourselves with the right garment. It is not the external white but the internal white that counts. After all the Holy Father looks not at our external appearances but our internal selves. Remember the woman of the widow's -mite fame. Christ saw her mind and selected her as the number one in that crowd of flamboyant givers.

Let the Old Self Go
We need to throw away the old worldly behaviors we are known for before he called us to this kingdom such as hatred, quarreling, gossiping, condemning one another and keeping malice. We need to implore God to change us. We should keep thriving and praying to God to demolish our ill behaviors. It is sad that Many of us do not want to let the old self go but it is very important that we go on our knees and desperately implore God to change and transform us from within. it's never too late to acknowledge ourselves as sinners and then He would surely accept us, forgive us, and launch us on the right track of righteousness.
Go on your knees now and pray fervently to God to be made a carrier of the WORD and not the WORLD wherever you go, in the name of our lord Jesus Christ, Amen!

Phone Ministry Information
144 000 Bro Simon Ayim
Phone#: 9517971058 code 913134
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7224323100 code 839653
Days: Wed -Friday
Time: 7pm -8.30 pm (Texas Time)

George

EVENT: BCS New kingdom Gospel Telephone Ministry USA
TOPIC: Renewing the Mind
VESSEL: 144 Simon Ayim
Date: Friday June 20, 2014
Brief:

Mindset is Key
Mindset is key to authentic Christianity and the qualification as true child of God in the Brotherhood of the Cross and Star. Let's allow our minds to be transformed. The Israelites, for instance, continued to maintain the Egyptian mindset after they have seen the signs and wonders of God. One scenario was when Moses left them temporarily to engage God. When he came back, he saw that the Israelites made graven images to worship. Moses was flabbergasted.

Intense Need for Transformation
We should pray God to remove from us the old self and put on a new self. A child of God is that regular engager of the truth and the truth sets him/her totally free. We are all unrighteous but only the individual knows himself and understands himself, and the point of change required. Are we committed to the intense need for transformation? Are we desirous of a new life? The new life in reference is not in our material acquisition and status such as new houses, cars and so on. The focus here is total change from within.

Change from Within
Change from within comes not on a platter of gold; it requires much sacrifice. Some people may claim that they are alright. They deceitfully claim righteous like the Pharisees but He has come not for the righteous but for the sinners to give them the gift of repentance. God has brought us out of the world but we are still carrying the world to the Bethel and to wherever we go. We need to fervently pray God for absolute transformation and feel totally desperate about the agenda of change.

The Garment Within
Consider the Israelites and how they went round and round for 40 years. God did not want them to enter the promised land with their old Egypt- infested -mindset. We know the right thing to do at all times. Nobody can judge anybody. We should self -judge ourselves and let go the old -self. We should adorn ourselves with the right garment. It is not the external white but the internal white that counts. After all the Holy Father looks not at our external appearances but our internal selves. Remember the woman of the widow's -mite fame. Christ saw her mind and selected her as the number one in that crowd of flamboyant givers.

Let the Old Self Go
We need to throw away the old worldly behaviors we are known for before he called us to this kingdom such as hatred, quarreling, gossiping, condemning one another and keeping malice. We need to implore God to change us. We should keep thriving and praying to God to demolish our ill behaviors. It is sad that Many of us do not want to let the old self go but it is very important that we go on our knees and desperately implore God to change and transform us from within. it's never too late to acknowledge ourselves as sinners and then He would surely accept us, forgive us, and launch us on the right track of righteousness.
Go on your knees now and pray fervently to God to be made a carrier of the WORD and not the WORLD wherever you go, in the name of our lord Jesus Christ, Amen!

Phone Ministry Information
144 000 Bro Simon Ayim
Phone#: 9517971058 code 913134
Or
7224323100 code 839653
Days: Wed -Friday
Time: 7pm -8.30 pm (Texas Time)

[10/21/12]   Do you have a Testimony of what God has done for you that you want to share? please tell us about it. And let the world know what a God we serve!
simon Ayim

[10/21/12]   Do you have a Testimony of what God has done for you? please tell us about it. And let the world know what a God we serve!
simon Ayim

[10/21/12]   Do you have a Testimony of what God has done for you? please tell us about it. And let the world know what a God we serve!

[10/12/12]   God is Moving in the Lives of Every true Believer, are you one of them?. Do you trust God? Let Him take control of the steering Wheel and you don't have to worry of any crash along the way.
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[06/11/12]   TO LIVE IN FEAR IS TO LIVE WITHOUT GOD.

[06/11/12]   Life is like a game u win some you lose some. The ones u win is a great victory that is celebrated, the ones you lose is a great experience that should be celebrated also. So as you can see you need both. "VICTORIES" and "EXPERIENCE" to be an Accomplished human being in this world, because it is a win win situation. Enjoy life while you still can. Don't put your life in a box because of fear be grateful for each day as it comes. Fear is not of God the devil put it there to scare us from greatness. Remember, Nothing comes easy! But with God everything is possible.
Simon Ayim

[05/19/12]   From The New Kingdom Gospel Phone Ministry (NKGPM) The Lord spoke to me saying! Tell my children that they should follow Him one step at a time. That is all He require of you. In fact that is the only way to move through this space/ time world. You see huge mountains looming, and you are wondering how you're going to scale those heights. Meanwhile, because you're not looking where you're going, you stumble on the easy path where He is leading you now. As He helps you get back on your feet, you tell Him how worried you are about the cliff up ahead. But you don't know what will happen today, much less tomorrow. Our path may take an abrupt turn, leading you away from the mountains that is visible from a distance. If God do lead you up the cliffs, He will equip you thoroughly for that strenuous climb. God will for ever give His angels charge over you, to preserve you in all your ways. Keep your mind on the present journey, enjoying His Presence. Walk by faith, not by sight, trusting Him to open up the way before you. Amen
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[03/17/12]   Building an effective team in your church depends on putting the right people in the right places. The best way to determine what place each person belongs in is by determine everyone's spiritual gifts. But, just discovering your spiritual gift is not enough.
Here's the real challenge. Many Christians are asking the question, "What is my spiritual gift?" When in reality they need to be asking, "What is a spiritual gift?" They do not understand the relationships of spiritual gifts. That is, they don't understand how a spiritual gift relates to their life, how it relates to the will of God for their life, how it relates to the lives of those around them, how it relates the local church, or how it relates to the body of Christ as a whole. To give John J. Christian an additional name and make him John J. Exhorter Christian is only doing him an injustice. Having a new name or title does not make you a more effective, more fulfilled, or a better Christian, nor does it give you any more understanding of yourself or those around you. Most contemporary material written on spiritual gifts does an adequate job in helping you recognize, discover, and define what your spiritual gifts are. Also, many do a fine job of teaching on the individual parts of the body, but few complete their teaching by assembling the body, thus showing how church members can work as complementing, effective, and efficient team. Thus, teaching a person only what their spiritual gift is without teaching them what a spiritual gift is, is like giving someone a new tool without giving them the operator's manual. They will never understand it fully nor will they be able to use it to its maximum potential. The same is true with your spiritual gifts.
Now that you have taken this inventory and know what your spiritual gifts are, we encourage you to study the principles that revolve around and relate to spiritual gifts. These principles combined with recognizing your gifts have been proven to dramatically change lives AND build churches. We have many resources available to help you better understand your gifts and how they relate to all areas of your life. Plus, we have resources to equip and assist you in teaching spiritual gifts and biblical team building to others. Furthermore, we have teachers who can come to your church and teach private seminars for you group. For additional information on resources or seminars just click on the appropriate button below.
How do you compare with the rest of the Body of Christ?
Laity
Most dominant gifts of 1002,873 people surveyed
Evangelism 3.34%
Prophecy 1.33%
Teaching 7.65%
Exhortation 9.18%
Pastor/Shepherd 19.78%
Showing Mercy 33.37%
Serving 5.65%
Giving 2.34%
Administration 17.36%
Pastors
Most dominant gifts of 142,125 people surveyed
Evangelism 5.25%
Prophecy 1.60%
Teaching 8.33%
Exhortation 6.28%
Pastor/Shepherd 34.02%
Showing Mercy 17.43%
Serving 3.21%
Giving 1.12%
Administration 22.77%
Analysis of Comparison Charts

Could the results from these comparison charts be skewed? Probably to some degree. Two factors to consider are 1) Results are not compiled from the Christian public at large but only those who are Internet users. 2) On the laity side, a much larger percentage of those taking the spiritual gifts inventory on-line are women (63.7%). Women tend to score high in the Gift of Shepherding because the characteristics of the gift of shepherding are very similar to the God-given instincts of mothering which comes natural to most women. Although many women have the gift of shepherding and it manifests itself in many areas of service, we believe women should consider this factor when evaluating whether or not they actually have the dominant gift of shepherding. They may want to also look closely at their second dominant gift.
Simon Ayim

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Spiritual Gifts
Strength
Evangelism 18
Prophecy 13
Teaching 14
Exhortation 18
Pastor/Shepherd 22
Showing Mercy 17
Serving 22
Giving 12
Administration 18
About Your Spiritual Gifts

Spiritual gifts are tools God gives Christians to do the work of the ministry -- to fulfill the Great Commission to reach, baptize, and teach and to minister to one another. Every Christian receives at least one gift at the moment of salvation. Spiritual gifts are not rewards, are not natural talents, are not a place of service, are not an age-group ministry, and are not a specialty ministry. They express themselves through various ministries which, in turn, accomplish a variety of results. A spiritual gift is the primary channel by which the Holy Spirit ministers through the believer. It is a supernatural capacity for service to God -- and He gives you a supernatural desire to perform the duties of that gift. Spiritual gifts are tools for building the church. They are a source of joy in your Christian life and influence your motives. A spiritual gift is a divine calling with a divine responsibility, because what God has gifted you to do, He has called you to do, and what He has called you to do, He has gifted you to do.
Three categories of spiritual gifts exist. CATEGORY ONE: The Miraculous Gifts, generally known today as Charismatic Gifts (apostles, tongues, interpretation of tongues, healing, and miracles). CATEGORY TWO: The Enabling Gifts, which all Christians have the ability to develop (faith, discernment, wisdom, and knowledge -- qualities possessed rather than activities performed). Many scholars combine these gifts with others, based on the similarity of these gift characteristics and the synonyms used by Paul to describe them in Scripture. For example, some scholars combine Discernment with Prophecy, Knowledge with Teaching, Wisdom with Exhortation, and Hospitality with Serving. CATEGORY THREE: the Team Gifts, which are service-, ministry-, task-oriented or are activities performed such as teaching. The Team Gifts are functional and involve speaking or ministering. Chances are, you have several of these gifts that vary in degrees and intensity. In many cases, spiritual gifts may complement your secular employment. The Spiritual Gifts Analysis you took identified your dominant TEAM GIFTS, which will help find your place on GodÕs team in your church. Prayer and serving God will also help you see where God wants you to serve in ministry in your church and daily life. This profile gives you a simple bar graph showing your strengths (higher scores, longer bars) and weaknesses (lower scores, shorter bars) as related to spiritual gifts, and analyzes in-depth your dominant and secondary team gifts which are the ones that will have greater influence in your life. These are the areas where you are gifted to be most effective and efficient and in which you will find it easiest to excel.

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Your dominant gifts are Pastor/Shepherd, Serving

The results of your Spiritual Gifts Inventory indicate that your number one dominant gift is PASTORING/SHEPHERDING! The Greek word "poimen" means pastor. In Paul's spiritual gifts listing in Ephesians 4:11, this term is translated "pastor." Although the word "poimen" is translated pastor only one time in Scripture it is used sixteen additional times. The remaining sixteen are all translated "shepherd." Therefore, we are actually discussing the GIFT of shepherding, not the POSITION of pastor. Though a good pastor must have the gift of shepherding, everyone who has the gift of shepherding is not called to be pastor. The gift can be used in many positions in a church.
As a gifted shepherd, you have the Spirit-given capacity and desire to serve God by overseeing, training, and caring for the needs of a group of Christians. You are usually very patient, people-centered, and willing to spend time in prayer for others. You tend to be a "Jack of All and Master of ONE," meaning you are usually dominant in one of the speaking gifts (evangelist, prophet, teacher, exhorter) as well. You are often authoritative, more a leader than a follower, and expressive, composed, and sensitive. Your pleasing personality draws people to you.
You have a burden to see others learn and grow and are protective of those under your care. You want to present the whole Word of God and do not like to present the same materials more than once. You are willing to study what is necessary to feed your group and are more relationship oriented than task oriented. You are a peace-maker and diplomat - very tolerant of people's weaknesses. You tend to remember people's names and faces. You are more concerned with doing for others than others doing for you. You are faithful and devoted and may become a workaholic. You can become an all-purpose person in order to meet needs.
People with the gift of shepherding make the best Sunday school teachers and group leaders because their desire is to go beyond just teaching or leading, to shepherd and minister to the daily needs of their students. The position of Sunday school teacher or group leader is an extension of the pastoral ministry in the church. These groups should be shepherded on a small scale the same as the pastor shepherds the whole congregation on a large scale.
Be careful to involve other people; don't try to do it all yourself. Work on making people accountable. Do not be overly protective of your "flock." Because of these potentially weak areas, other people may think it is your job to do all the work; they rely too heavily on you. You may be expected to be available at all times, know all the answers, and be at every function. Learn when to say no.
Beware of Satan's attack on your gift. He will cause discouragement when the load gets heavy, and pride because your "sheep" look up to you. You may develop family problems because of too little time and attention. You may become selfish when "sheep" feed in other pastures.
HOW CAN YOU USE YOUR GIFT? This gift is a great help in many areas. You may serve as a Sunday school teacher, small group leader, pastor or assistant pastor, bus captain, special ministry leader (such as youth, children, men, etc.), nursery worker or as a half-way house or other type shelter volunteer. You may consider serving as a dormitory leader in a college, orphanage, children's home, etc. Scout troops would appreciate your assistance as a den leader.

The results of your Spiritual Gifts Inventory indicate that your second dominant gift is SERVING! The Greek word "Diakonia" means to do service. In Acts 6:1 the word is interpreted "ministration." Our word deacon comes from the same Greek word. Actually the gift of serving combines helps and ministering. The word "helps" is used in 1 Corinthians 12:28 and "ministering" in Romans 12:7. As a server you have the Spirit-given capacity and desire to serve God by rendering practical help in both physical and spiritual matters. You enjoy meeting the practical needs of your fellow Christians and the church.
The gift of serving is not the gift God gives you when you cannot do anything else. It is spiritual in nature and as important as any gift in the church. Never think it is anything less; it only becomes less if you do not use it as God intended.
As a server you are the person who is willing to do a million and one necessary tasks in the church. You probably do not realize that your love for the Lord is showing every time the doors of the church are open, especially if you oiled the hinges last week so they don't squeak any more. You are happy working behind the scenes. You are ambitious, often involved in a variety of activities, and enjoy manual projects. You are loyal, sincere, tolerant, faithful, and devoted. Most people find you easy going, likable, congenial, and inoffensive. You can listen to others without being critical. You do not like to be in the spotlight and prefer not to express yourself publicly.
You are quick to respond to needs and impressed with the need to respond when exhorted to serve. Because of this, you find it difficult to say no. You like to support a good leader. Some consider you a workaholic. You tend to emphasize practical needs over spiritual needs.
Be careful that you complete what you start and do not neglect the needs of your own family by trying to meet so many needs in the church or in others' homes. Be willing to read and follow directions in the beginning--not just when all else fails. Because of your quick response, some people think you jump in too fast. Others think you neglect spiritual needs.
Beware of Satan's attack on your gift. He can cause pride because of the work you do. He may cause you to feel insignificant or cause you to lack concern for people or for spiritual growth. Impatience and lack of knowledge cause poor-quality workmanship.
HOW CAN YOU USE YOUR GIFT? Your gift may put you into action. You may serve as manager of maintenance and grounds. You can do may tasks such as paint the walls, pick up trash, sort hymnals, clean the baptistry, keep the nurseryÐor launder nursery bedding, cook meals, paint signs, drive the bus, help with the choir, run errands, serve as an audio-video worker, help with recordkeeping, be the church librarian, act as a greeter or an usher, serve as a stage hand in drama productions or as a photographer. You may want to help in special ministries such as migrant or community help (with home repairs or meal-on-wheels for the needy and elderly), as a hospitality worker for newcomers, or as an instrumentalist. You may also enjoy beautifying the church ground with flower gardens and landscaping. The list goes on.

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